Does your JD Edwards user interface look plain? Is it old and outdated? To get answers to your questions do you navigate to applications using the menu or even the Fast Path?
For a modern approach, consider UX One from JD Edwards, a set of user defined objects.
Composed pages are available out-of-the-box from JD Edwards. Data can be summarized and displayed as actionable insight, no drill down needed – just a quick glance tells you what you need to know. Watchlists alert you to important things. Graphs help you analyze. And the menu gives you the ability to act. You can even build your own composed pages, meeting your specific needs. If you want a closer look at the information represented by a watchlist, simply click and the list will be filtered showing only those records making up the count of the watchlist.
Composed pages are role-based pages, tailored specifically to the needs of the various roles in your organization. Many graphs are dynamic so you can select the data you want to analyze, all on the glass. Zooming in to get a closer look could not be easier.
CafeOne lets you remain on an application’s record and access associated information, such as a map showing the location of a piece of equipment. Many customers use document management systems. Simply use a URL link to your external system to see the associated information, all without navigating away from the JD Edward’s record.
And of course, you can access other internal JD Edwards related applications within CafeOne.
The first step is to schedule a demo so we may address your unique questions. We look forward to speaking with you!
Trackbacks for this post